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These days performing a vanity search of your own name isn't just about vanity, it's good to know how future employers and dates that Google-stalk you will see you. WebMii can help you get a picture of your online image. WebMii scours the internet including Google, Facebook, Twitter, Bing, Yahoo! Search, and other search engines and social networks to build a picture of your online identity. You search using your last and first name and specify if you want your search limited to a region like the USA, France, or other countries listed, and then WebMii returns a huge laundry list of search results that provide everything from images to social network profiles. WebMii doesn't know which John Smith you are of course, but that's a strength when you're trying to get a picture of how you would be perceived through an online search.
If you like to sync your bookmarks with public bookmarking services like Delicious or Google Bookmarks, here's a word to the wise: don't add a bookmark linking to an email within your Gmail inbox.
Sure, joining Twitter and Facebook seemed like a good idea at the time, but maybe you've changed your mind and want your life back. Web 2.0 Suicide Machine erases your persona like you were never there. Photo by jonsson .
Here's a message that aspiring Twitterati shouldn't miss. Read those 140-character "tweets" carefully; they may be the work of an imposter.
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